I've always been a fan of Pink's music since the first r&b album "You Can't Take Me Home" to the present "I'm not Dead" . But lately I've begun to form a new respect for Pink not only as a musician but as a humanitarian. I first took notice when she agreed to become a spokesperson in Aldo's campaign to fight Aids, and then more recently on her track "Dear Mr. President" off her new album. A trio with the Indigo Girls, she asks our president to take a walk with her so she can ask him some very personal questions.
1. What do you think when you see all the homeless on the street?
2. How do you sleep at night when the rest of us cry?
3.What do you feel when you look in the mirror? Are you proud?
Not to leave Dick Cheney out
1. What kind of father would take his own daughter rights away?
2. What kind of father would hate his own daughter if she were gay?
I love Pink because she's never been afraid to speak her mind even when she could possibly be labeled unpatriotic. The world needs to hear this song. I can only imagine what the video is going to look like.